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Thursday 31 July 2014

The Park end Ballyhar's fine run

Published 16/10/2013|05:36

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Pedro Martins Killarney Athletic in attack against Eric Conlon and Alfie Giles Castlemaine United. Photo: Michelle Cooper Galvin.

Denny Division 1A

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The Park 2

Ballyhar Dynamos 1

BALLYHAR'S good run of form came to an end in Tralee when they went down to The Park with both of the winners goals scored by Padraig McCannon. Kevin Casey was the scorer for Ballyhar and their best players on the day were Colm O'Shea, Kevin O'Sullivan, Dan O'Shea and Seamus Flynn.

Castleisland 2

Inter Kenmare 3

INTER Kenmare took the three points in a game that they produced more scoring chances.

They led 2-1 at half-time and when they got the third goal they looked home and dry.

However, a late goal by Castleisland led to a nervy end but they held form for a deserved win. Sean Murphy was on the mark twice for the winners and Connie Cremin scored the other goal. Pa O'Rourke and Jonathan Downey scored for the islanders.

Killarney Athletic 2

Castlemaine United 1

ATHLETIC continue to show great form this season and after playing some great football in this game they collected the three points with their goals coming from Mike Milner and Pedro Martins.

Denny Division 1B

Sneem Santos 3

Killorglin FC 1

SNEEM Santos are likely to be title contenders in this division after a very good start to the season. They saw off the challenge of Killorglin on Sunday with prolific goalscorer Jimmy O'Brien netting a brace of goals for the South Kerry side, Peter Ulnicy scored the third for the south Kerry outfit. Frankie O'Sullivan scored for Killorglin.

Skelliga 6

Listowel Celtic 1

TABLE-toppers Skelliga hit Listowel Celtic with six of the best claiming another three points in the process.

A man with a famous name George Best put them ahead in the 20th minute with a header from a corner. Jimmy Stapleton doubled their advantage five minutes later with a cooly finished one-on-one and Seanie Cournane made it 3-0 before half-time. Rad Keating continued the onslaught from the re start when he found the roof of the net. Sean Cournane scored the goal of the season with a shot from the halfway line and he went on to complete his hat trick with a curling shot from the edge of the area leaving the keeper stranded. Listowel Celtic got a late consolation goal from the penalty spot. Skelliga now have four wins from four games and who would bet against them?

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